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The iPhone 4S went on sale in UK at 8am today, and Apple's flagship store at Covent Garden in London and its Regent Street branch were the scene of the usual phone-inspired frenzy.



From Techradar:
Queuing and Apple launches go hand in hand, but this time we have some stats to add to what otherwise would be a rather thin report, filled with pictures of people waiting patiently in line and, well, not much else.This year, according to some stats from Protectyourbubble.com, a whopping 778 people queued for an iPhone 4S in Regent Street and we clocked in around a 1,000 at the Covent Garden store.53 per cent of those queuing for the iPhone 4S in Regent Street were doing so because they forgot to pre-order, while 11 per cent claimed they were die-hard fans.
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